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-- journalists. president obama calling off planned joint u.s.-egyptian military exercises. would there be impact if america pulled the plug on the money we're giving in aid? i want to bring in a middle east expert and a former state department official. he wrote upcoming book, smart power and diplomacy of war. what is the latest in egypt right now? >> it's a basically a bloodbath. it is chaotic and violence that is what interim government was expecting. that's why they had hesitation that the pro-morsi supporters have been many canning out at for over a month now. they won't go down without a fight. they're not going down easily and we don't know when the end of this will be. lori: christian, do you agree, just turned if you will a vicious cycle in egypt? >> well, yeah. i think it's a important to realize who the culprit is here which of course is the muslim brotherhood. it is not egyptian army. i think the obama administration made a terrible mistake, another litany of mistakes since arab spring began in signaling some distance between washington and the egyptian military. you know, that milita
. adam: good to be with you, our top story this eveng. president obama holding first solo news conference in several months t ended about an hour ago. he is about to head away on vacation but he barely addressed the struggli state of the u.s. economy maybe that's why a fox poll shows 71% of voters say the president is not offering anything new. joining us now to discuss this, foer republican senator scott brown and former democratic congressn dennis kucinich. both are fox news contributors. i want to welcome you to the program. join in with one thing the president d say in regards to the economy. take a listen. we'll get rction on the other si. >> right now if you look at the biggest challenges we have, the challenge is not inflation. the challenge is, we've still got too many people out o work, too many long-term uneloyed. too much slack inhe economy. and, we're not growing as fast as we should. adam: so do you think the president did enough to deliver today and what should the president do to make americans feel the economy is actually getting back on track? i will start with former con
, these investors have president obama the bank. you have to stay tuned to find out who they are. even when they say it's not, it's aays about "money." ♪ melissa: so our top story tonight, the idea of a company producing inhabitable computers. tech security has been at the forefront of everyone's minds with the spying scandal and then additional reports of the government and companies, frankly, being able to watch your every move through your computer and your phone. now we know that even if your computer camera is off work covered the government can still listen in on your laptop microphone. so what company will be the first to take advantage of the scoring opportunity and devel technology that simply cannot be hacked? joining me now is computer hacker david kennedy, ceo of trusted sack. thank you for coming on the show. let me ask you about the mechanics because i want to make it clear what danger we're talking about. i'm not sure a lot of people of this. if your computer is in your home, even if it's off the government's or hackers for that matter can come in and access it and look through your
of president obama's speech today focused on using immigration reform to boost housing prices. sure to be a controversial concept without question. th white house says that number shows that nearly 40% of first-time homebuyers from 2000 to 2010 were immigrants. let's talk about how immigration reform could expand the market. doug holtz-ein, former cb o director. great to have you back on the show. >> thank you. melissa: first of all the number was from the white house. does that make sense to you, 40% of new homebuyers are immigrants? they're not first, they're not newormation of families? they're not single people who just, got out o college and are looking to make -- that number feels high to me. >> the 40% is actually if you look back about a dece and ok at the contradiction of immigration to new home buying you get about 40% of those householdsoming out of the immigrant flow. that number is in the right ballpark. i don't think anyone would overstate its precision. certainly we've done work that suggests if you have a subsntial immigration reform that emphasizes new flows and% em
prices, the global economic fallout, we're leaving no stone unturned. >>> plus michelle obama's healthy lunch program getting tossed from schools. can you believe it? kids don't like healthy food. who knew. one. superintendents throwing the program out joins us exclusively. >>> the competition is getting beaten down left and right but they're still managing to come out golden. stay tuned to find out who it is. even when they say it is not it is always about "money." melissa: the right off the bat tonight, syria from every angle. syria along with other nations is on the verge after military strike. it is a response to the syrian government killing at least a thousand of its own civilians with chemical weapons investment full coverage on the impact here at home and potentially crippling effects across the globes to the markets and economy. fox news's leland vittert. we have the founder and president of american islamic forum for democracy. jonathan hoenig, with us, hedge fund manage eper and fox news contributor. we have an oil analyst and "wall street journal's" james freeman on emerging
dozens more deaths. theountry to the brink of civil war. is it time for president obama to get off the sidelines and intervene? much more -- after this. ♪ when we made our commitment to the gulf, bp had two big goals: help the gulf recover and learn from what happened so we could be a better, safer energy company. i can tell you - safety is at the heart ofverything we do. we've added cutting-edge technology, like a new deepwater well cap and a state-of-the-art monitoring center, whe experts watch over all drilling activity twenty-four-seven. and we're sharing what we've learned, so we can all produce energy more safely. our commitment has never been stronge ♪ charles: now turning to the middle east, the explosive and deadly violence in egypt is not letting them. today was marked by a day of rage as supporters of the ousted president led the way. more than 60 people killed with the death toll approaching 700 for the week. we're sitting here watching this massacre. the question is, what will it take to make a stop? with me now, egyptian expert. senior fellow at the cato institute
. the obama administration is ordering the united states intelligence community to try to determine all the facts surrounding this episode to make some kind of a determination. officials here said they still believe that the syrian rebels don't possess the capability to launch chemical weapons of this kind but nonetheless they said that they are going to try and nail down the facts here within a certain set of time because for one thing, soil samples get con tam nated especially in a war zone. here is what the state department spokesperson said about the time frame of this investigation earlier today. >> it is not just about acquiring information on specifically on the ground. we're also doing intel gathering. we're making efforts to obtain information from witnesses. we're looking at open source reporting. there are a range of ways we're looking into this. >> reporter: of course it was about a year ago that president obama defined as a red line the use or movement of chemical weapons inside of syria as part of this conflict. he said that if the united states determined there was usage
research. >> thank you. melissa: president obama's says xl pipeline will create 50 permanent jobs. what? where on earth is he getting to that math? we'll dig to the bottom of it. >>> revolutionary solution for people with heart risk and diabetes. vouchers for fruits and vegetables? we'll tell you about it coming up. ♪ [ male anuncer ] the mercedes-benz m-class. one may measure it by the thickness of its glass. the integrity of its high-strength frame. the amount of stitching in its interior. the power of its torque. or thsheer number of its safety systems... including collision prevention assist, standard. but the true measure is how it protects the inside of it. ♪ the 2013 m-class. from mercedes-benz. is. melissa: just this week president obama was out bashing the jobs that the keystone xl pipeline saying it was barely worth it and laughing about the controversial project all together. not sure how that bodes for approval but seems to me maybe we shouldn't turn down any opportunities for new jobs these days? fox news's james rosen is live in washington. james, what's going on here?
people possible. delta airlines just sent a letter out to its employees that the increased cost of obama care will drive that cost to the airline of $100 million annually. back to ted urk. cruz. he is pfforts, but sometimes when there's a bad idea and can't talk them out of it. what's the expression? give them enough rope, and they hang themselves. if the afford care act is a disaster, don't save the authors of it. back away. people will remember who passed it. melissa: huh, well, catch the show this saturday at 10 p.m. eastern. be sure to watch it. coming up on "money," it's a friday of martyrs in the streets of egypt today, and the mud limb brotherhood protests the removal. the latest there and the scary situation in syria as well. we'll go live to the middle east. plus, it's franchise friday. this week, the blow by blow of the bureaucracy, but you have to watch because it's another step in setting up shop. you have to deal with it. i promise it's going to be worth it. more "money" coming up. ♪ ask me what it's like to get your best night's sleep every night. [announcer] why not talk
's a positive for the economy but the point is, that over the four 1/2 years that president obama s been in the ite house, and it has been now, just over four years we've been in this recovery, younow, the growth rate has been about two% and that is half of what we should have. that means, by the way, just to round this out, that mea the gdp that we have today is about $1.3 trillion lower than it would bef we had had just an average recovery. melia: yeah. john, real quick, what is your bet for the second half of the year in terms of gdp growth? >> i mean i see, we still see for the whole year about a 2% growth rate. i think the key is what the fed thinks. today we heard from the fed they think there is a pickup of economy in the second half of the year. if we get that pickup the fed is likely to taper the quantitative easing. if we don't get the pickup, because the fed's forecast is above consensus, unless we get the pickup the fed will not taper until maybe next year. right now they are on pace to kind of taper but it will be a close call. melissa: gentlemen, thanks. >> thank you, melis
president obama was right to warn that obamacare would have start-up glitches. >> they're actually ting to recreate many of the functions at the insurance company have spent hundreds of years getting good at doing. what they're going to learn is, this is not so eas >> the president's critics say the change is more proof that the affordable ce act is to complicated. republican senator lamar alexander called it another sign of the obamacare train wreck coming. republican rand paul thinks the administration is overstepping its authority. the president said he warned people there would be startup glitches in obamacare. medicare and social security suffered the se fate. lori? lori: thank you, wendell goler. the new health careawelay is clearly a big blow to consumers. you heard the numrs. since insurers have a extra year before they have to limit on how much we allpend on out-of-pocket costs. here to break it down former white house economic advisor art laffer. great to see you. >> good to see you, lori. lori: seems like obamacare is falling apart. how could it be good and helpful to our nat
dozens more deaths. the country to the brink of civil war. is it time for president obama to get off the sidelines and intervene? much more -- after this. ♪ at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't let you talk to a real person 24/7, you need an ally. hello? ally bank. your money needs an ally. ♪ charles: now turning to the middle east, the explosive and deadly violence in egypt is not letting them. today was marked by a day of rage as supporters of the ousted president led the way. more than 60 people killed with the death toll approaching 700 for the week. we're sitting here watching this massacre. the question is, what will it take to make a stop? with me now, egyptian expert. senior fellow at the cato institute to says it will have to cut off all u.s. aid to the country welcome to both of you guys. but start with you. cutting off aid is something that we have heard for a long time, even when the muslim brotherhood had the power there a lot of people thought we should not be
will get marching orders from president obama and will not waiver. once larry summers gets the job he is -- this is just, again, it gets back to personality. this overwhelming personality of his that has casts a shadow. melissa: that is scary because he has, made the comment when he was the president of harvard women not being ad depth at engineering and science. who knows if he really believes that, if he meant it the way he said it. that kind of thing and you make a comment that gets everyone roiled and alienates a lot of people, that off-the-cuff comment is not personality you need as a fed chair. >> can you imagine with one of new things where reporters get up and ask questions? melissa: right. >> he may lose it. melissa: could be entertaining. >> i would love it. you would love it. melissa: wait a second, i'm totally changing my opinion on this whole thing. yes, we would love it but definitely make the markets uncomfortable. i'm suresurprised the market is not more excited about him. seems like he would be more accommodating to wall street in the sense of regulation. at the same
people off. >> president obama knows the women being paid 77 cents on the dollar for ding the same work as men is not just unfair, but it hurts families in mecca time to close that gap. john: a dollar versus 77 cents. what a horrible discrimination. says the author of "cult of power: sex discrimination in corporate america", mark the >> a good portion is absolute because of discrimination. john: why would the employer discriminate? >> some of them don't pay enough attention and so they don't realize that maybe frontline management is making decisions that are not in the best interest of women. some of them to think that they can get away with it. that goes back to the early 20th century when people pay women less because they were women a said so out loud. john: you ar saying that this is still going on today? >> i'm saying that we still live in this legacy. absolutely. otherwise school cafeteria workers and school custodians, why would those not be paid the same because they are the same skill level and entry-level type of job. and yes, they me more because they are predominantly male.
government to shut down or fund obama to get it started? millions of americans are signing on before the health care law. georgia congressman is one of the backers d he joins me now. congressman, i want to ask you, if you shut down the government it does not defund obamacare. you would be hurting other programs, wouldn't money still go to obamacare? >> shutting down the government is not the issue here. obamace is already killing job production in america. obamacare is going to shut down america. we've got to stop the movement tian and by defunding it and continuing to fund the entire government exct for the mandatory as wl as the discretionary spending, which we can do in the continuing resolution voting on in seember, it is absolutely critical. just this week, sorry, just a few days ago delta airlines in atlanta annound obamacare was going to cost them $100 million. it will hurt their bottom line, it will hurt their ability to be able to function economically. we must shut obamacare down to keep the government running and that is what i'm doing. meliss without question. i have sait
behavior. >> it's going to take government doing its part. >> john: if michelle obama wants to inspire us by exercising on the white house lawn, that is great but with government it's force. >> this is not banning what you are buying but simply the size of the cup that can be used. >> john: in my hometown, they are upset about big cups of soda. they want big cups illegal. >> this is biggest thing to curb esity. >> john: i can buy two of these, that is 32 ounces around i can buy one of these. how does this curb obesity? >> my mayor is proud he has forced every chain restaurant to clearly post calorie koonth. >> there were few skeptics but now they are national models. >> john: that sadly that true. under obamacare all big chains will have to post calorie counts even though they don't work. professors track customers at mcdonald's burger king and kentucky fried chicken, ha the customers noticed the calorie couldn't counts but they found people ordered more calories. the offer of the food police jason lugsk studied it to. >> labels don't change behavior at all. what you are doing is asking c
. melissa: we have a live report from the ground in the middle east. president obama and secretary of state john kerry had strong words on the situation. military action has not yet been announced. in jerusalem with the very latest. what is the very latest? >> melissa, the israelis are expecting a military strike to come. front page of the military paper, waiting and a picture of the israelis lining up with gas masks, thousands of people lined up yesterday for gas masks in case president assad makes good on his promise to burn tel aviv in the events of a u.s. strike there on syria. if you did not get your gas mask yesterday, he will not get it today, tomorrow. but the islamic military has canceled we can leave for a number of soldiers, essential personnel remain on base and they have the defense systems including protecting the city of tel aviv. in syria all this talk, the war of words is giving them a chance to move a lot of their weapons. moving the scud missile launchers, a number of the headquarter staff are being evacuated, possibly some of the helicopters. they were also wearing the c
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're going to being obama the words with deeds it will not change. the biggest thing the united states needs to do is take a strategic look, why is this happening in the middle east? a large part sectarian battle of tribes an religious groups fighting each other whether in syria, whether it's in iraq, whether it's in egypt or whether in lebanon. melissa: people respond to that, that is none of our business is then. if that is the root of it is -- >> we don't belong in the middle of civil wars. except for the fact what are our strategic interests in the reason? preservation of the state of israel i would think is one. making sure chemical weapons don't get used on us at some point. finally there are two other interests. terrorists. we don't want the terrorists to come to us. we want to make sure if there are terrorists they stay there. sickly is oil. maybe, syria doesn't have o. they don't have much oil. egypt doesn't have oil, but that is where oil comes in the region. that entire region goes up in smoke, which it could do, melissa, we're already seeing it now, then we better have another pl
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